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Teaching in Switzerland

Switzerland is a landlocked country located in Europe bordering five other countries, which makes it a perfect location to explore other countries. With most of the country covered by the Alps there are many valleys, and villages with pristine lakes to visit.

Public schools in Switzerland are among one of the top education systems in the world. Teaching roles are highly sought after due to the career opportunities and higher than average salaries available.

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Living in Switzerland

Switzerland offers a new adventure each day with its incredible mountains, lakes, towns and villages. The cost of living in Switzerland is very high and is one of the most expensive countries in the world, however the expenses align with high wages and great living standards.

For international teachers working in Switzerland, it has the lowest crime rate as well as a large expat community within schools. The country has well developed public transport which makes it easy to travel throughout the countries bordering it. It hones four different official languages, and with a high immigration rate, expats can meet like-minded individuals.

The cost of living is reasonable with a 1-bedroom apartment in the capital costing £1578 per month.

Cost of living in Switzerland

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